“If we all give a little then we improve the lives of a lot of students, just like those who came before us gave so we could enjoy our college experience.”
John Englander ’72 has made issues surrounding rising sea level his life's work, and he's getting a lot of attention for it.
When the pope visits the U.S. this month, what messages matter most? Faculty members weigh in from many perspectives.
Farm Frolics feature locally sourced food, lawn games, group activities and musical performances.
On Patriot Day, Dickinsonians and community members gathered on campus to recall those lost during the attacks of 9/11.
Rush scholar, varsity swimmer and ROTC cadet Brian Reid '17 discusses teaching English in Cambodia; math, music and sailing; and the composer he'd most like to meet.
English major and Posse Scholar Janel Pineda ’18 discusses her love of reading and storytelling, the need for greater diversity in literature and the poet with whom she’d like to break bread.
Superpower: Bagpipes (and science). Passion: Sustainability. Future: Green chemistry and microbial engineering. Meet Andrew McGowan '16.
Dickinsonians celebrate the signing of the college's charter as well as Dickinson's rich history of philanthropy during the annual Charter Day picnic.
Center for Service, Social Justice & Spirituality (CSSS) joins three paths to purposeful living.
From real evil to that portrayed on the pages of comic books, a thread has formed for Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jim Sias.
Former congressman Rush Holt, CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, will present the Glover Memorial Lecture, a Clarke Forum event.
Jeff Kingston '99 becomes interim general manager of the Seattle Mariners.
Are your donations helping to perpetuate global poverty rather than alleviate it? A student organizes events around that question hoping to inspire meaningful change.
The professor of American studies and women's & gender studies discusses her new role on campus, her latest research project and why her book 'Fat Shame' resonates with so many people.
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